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IEEE Xplore Workshop

Are you interested in learning more efficient ways of finding high quality scholarly and technical information for your research projects? Do you access the IEEE/IET Electronic content through PRIMO (or Google Scholar) but wish there were an easier way to stay current? Then this Learning Commons sponsored workshop on February 4th at 1:30pm-2:30pm, is just for you.

IEEE Xplore Workshop
Sponsored by The Learning Commons
Open to undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty.

PhD Student Jamileh Yousefi

At Guelph – Featuring SoCS PhD Student Jamileh Yousefi

Check out the University of Guelph's At Guelph website for a post on School of Computer Science PhD student Jamileh Yousefi.

Jamileh is building algorithms to identify different types of neuromuscular diseases. She came to the University of Guelph from Concordia University with a Master's degree in Artificial Intelligence, and is supervised by Professors Andrew Hamilton-Wright and Stefan Kremer.

Register for Roboticon 2014!

Roboticon is back for the 13th year at College Royal 2014 at the University of Guelph!

The University of Guelph would like to invite you to Roboticon 2014, our 13th annual robotics competition for high-school students. This year's robot-building and programming challenge will be occurring on March 15th & 16th, 2014 at the University of Guelph.

Welcome Kate McRoberts to the School of Computer Science

The students, staff, and faculty of the School of Computer Science would like to welcome one of our newest members, Kate McRoberts. Kate officially took on the role of our Co-operative Education Coordinator on September 19th, 2016.

SoCS Speaker Series: Guest Speaker Tim Bray

As part of the School of Computer Science's Speaker Series, please join us in welcoming University of Guelph alumnus Tim Bray on January 15, 2014 from 5:30pm-7:30pm in the Engineering THORN Atrium.

The Guelph Technology Showcase 3.0 Exhibitors & Sponsors have been announced!

The third annual Guelph Technology Showcase is a combination of a career fair and a celebration of the local information technology community. 

The event, presented by The University of Guelph School of Computer Science and the Guelph Technology and Design Cluster Co-operative, features a variety of local computer-based businesses, large organizations with IT departments and associations with resources for tech professionals.

The Community University Portal

Introducing the Community University Portal - a collaborative project between the SoCS and the Institute for Community Engaged Scholarship.

The Not-Quite-Winter-Break Programming Contest

The School of Computer Science would like to invite you to the Not-Quite-Winter-Break Programming Contest, to be held on December 5th at 1pm.

Not a member of SoCS? Not a problem. Everyone is welcome. The only rule is that at least one person on your team needs to be from the School of Computer Science. They can be a student, staff member, faculty member, or alumnus.

New to programming? Not a problem. The contest is open to everyone; all skill levels, all departments.

Also - prizes and awards!

ONCWIC 2014 to be hosted by the University of Guelph!

The School of Computer Science at the University of Guelph is happy to announce that we have been chosen to host the 5th Ontario Celebration of Women in Computing conference for 2014!

The ONCWIC conference will include keynote speakers, workshops, student poster presentations and panels on a variety of topics. The conference will foster social and networking opportunities, the opportunity to present and discuss research projects and allow students to be part of a larger community of women in technology.